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Idaho State University assistant history professor Yolonda Youngs has received a $39,000 grant to preserve American Indian artifacts at Grand Teton National Park with 3D scans. The project will scan historic, social and cultural objects in the David T. Vernon Collection of American Indian art (1830 1940) that are part of the Grand Teton National Park Museum Collection. Youngs is the principal investigator, and Donna Delparte, assistant professor of geosciences at ISU, is co principal investigator. They collaborated with Grand Teton National Park Museum Director and Tribal Liaison Bridgette Guild and the Acting Cultural Resource Specialist Elizabeth Engle. MUG
Nurface Games, a Boise startup, has won a global award in virtual reality software development and innovation. The startup business received a two week trip to China to meet with top industry investors, venture capitalists, and gaming companies in the cities of Guangzhou, Chengdu, Beijing, Nanjing, and Shanghai.
Idaho Power has recognized employees with 25 or more years of service. Tracy Bartolome was hired Aug. 18, 1980, as a groundman in Vale, Ore. and now works as a regional system operator in Boise. Tom Harvey was hired Aug. 18, 1980, as a junior accountant in the general office and now works as the Resource Planning and Operations director at the corporate headquarters. Greg Said was hired Aug. 4, 1980, as a junior resource analyst in the general office and now works as the vice president of regulatory affairs. Idaho Power also announced the retirements of Mark Everhart, 16 years; Ernest Gardner, 17 years; Dan Golden, 31 years; Blaine Johnston, 34 years; Terry Martens, 5 years and Don Smith, 39 years.